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25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #3

Posted by on Apr 9, 2012 in Monica's Blog, The Beautiful Mind Blog | 0 comments

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25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #3

April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and I’m making a list of my favorite activists speaking out against sexual violence.  Some are old-school activists working on the ground in non-profit organizations; some are artists; some are writers – all are committed.  I’ve been speaking out against sexual violence for the last 15 years – beginning slightly more than a year after I survived an experience of rape.  The people I mention this month are friends and comrades. Tamar’s Voice is a small national non-profit that focuses...

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25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #2

Posted by on Apr 7, 2012 in Monica's Blog, The Beautiful Mind Blog | 0 comments

25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #2

  April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and I’m making a list of my favorite activists speaking out against sexual violence.  Some are old-school activists working on the ground in non-profit organizations; some are artists; some are writers – all are committed.  I’ve been speaking out against sexual violence for the last 15 years – beginning slightly more than a year after I survived an experience of rape.  The people I mention this month are friends and comrades. The Chicago-based non-profit A Long Walk Home founded...

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Preaching Easter 2012

Posted by on Apr 5, 2012 in Monica's Blog, The Beautiful Mind Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

Preaching Easter 2012

The story does not end with crucifixion.  That’s the message I need to hear this Easter.  In the last weeks, wider American has become more conscious of what African Americans have always known: crucifixion can happen at any moment . . . I’m not preaching on Easter this year, but this is what I would say if I were. Every so often, the religion website Patheos.com does what they call a “theoblogger challenge” asking people – like myself – who blog about religious stuff if we will answer a question with a...

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25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #1

Posted by on Apr 4, 2012 in Monica's Blog, The Beautiful Mind Blog | 1 comment

25 Top Sexual Violence Activists: #1

  April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month, and I’m making a list of my favorite activists speaking out against sexual violence.  Some are old-school activists working on the ground in non-profit organizations; some are artists; some are writers – all are committed.  I’ve been speaking out against sexual violence for the last 15 years – beginning slightly more than a year after I survived an experience of rape.  The people I mention this month are friends and comrades. Aishah Shahidah Simmons’ No! The Rape Documentary. ...

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The Miscarriage Chronicles: Due Date

Posted by on Apr 3, 2012 in Monica's Blog, The Beautiful Mind Blog | 14 comments

The Miscarriage Chronicles: Due Date

We got a due date. When I had stopped bleeding.  When I peed on the stick.  When went to the lab for the blood test.  When my partner and I held hands in the doctor’s office.  When the ultrasound showed a tiny circle and a flashing light the OB called a heartbeat. We got a due date. And we started planning.  When I would take parental leave, how we would arrange our finances, where the babies would go.  Yes, babies – “twin sacs” the doctor uttered as he jotted down words in the file with my name on it. Had I not bled, had they...

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